FRATERNIZATION - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Albert_Lan
fraternization l.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
FRATERNIZATION PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
FRATERNIZATION

play fullscreen
1 / 12
Download Presentation
FRATERNIZATION
1449 Views
Download Presentation

FRATERNIZATION

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. FRATERNIZATION MIDSHIPMAN YATES

  2. LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Define fraternization • Navy and Marine Corps’ fraternization policies • Relationships that are prohibited by Navy and Marine Corps’ fraternization policies • Prosecuting fraternization under UCMJ • Marriage policies and fraternization

  3. INSTRUCTOR REFERENCES • ALMAR Number 185/96, “Marine Corps Manual,” Change 3, 13 May 1996 • The Naval Officer’s Guide • Manual for Courts Martial, Articles 92, 133, and 134 • Marine Corps Manual, “Military Leadership” Section (PAR 1100) • OPNAVIST 5370.2B, “Navy Fraternization Policy,” 27 May 1999 • U.S. Navy Regulations, Article 1165

  4. Personal relationships that contravene the customary bounds of acceptable senior-subordinate relationships. Fraternization also includes improper relationships and improper social interaction between officer members of different grades and enlisted members of different grades. FRATERNIZATION

  5. Navy / Marine CorpsPersonal relationships that are unduly familiar and/or do not respect differences in grade or rank • Noncommissioned officers and junior personnel • Staff/Instructor and student personnel • Recruiters and recruits/applicants • Officer and Officer • Enlisted and Enlisted • Officer and Enlisted

  6. WHY NOT? • A senior’s objectivity can be called into question • It can result in actual or apparent preferential treatment • It can undermine the authority of the senior members • It can compromise the chain of command

  7. OFF LIMITS • Dating • Shared living accommodations • Intimate or sexual relations • Commercial solicitations • Private business partnerships • Gambling and borrowing money between officers and enlisted members

  8. MARRIAGE • Punishment • When to get married • Respect and Decorum • Chain of Command

  9. FRATERNIZATION CONSEQUENCES • Article 134, UCMJ -Maximum punishment is dismissal, forfeiture of all pay and allowance, and confinement for two years • Article 92, UCMJ -Published orders are often used by commands to define acceptable conduct in the context of officer-officer and enlisted-enlisted relationships

  10. NROTC AND FRATERNIZATION • Enlisted-midshipmen or officer-midshipmen • Gender-neutral concept • Responsibility

  11. Summary • Fraternization-DON’T DO IT • Use common sense • Unit morale • Know punishments • Affects everyone

  12. QUESTIONS? QUESTIONS? QUESTIONS? QUESTIONS? QUESTIONS? QUESTIONS? QUESTIONS?